Saturday, August 28, 2010

FOTD and Review- Sweet Libertine Mineral Cosmetics

Hi ladies!  Hope you're all having a good weekend!  So far so good here.  I am just hanging out at home and playing with makeup!  What more could a girl ask for?

As I mentioned in My Pretty Pink Box post, some of the items I received are a couple of samples from Sweet Libertine Mineral Cosmetics.  I had never heard of the company prior to receiving the samples, so today I decided to do a look using the two samples I received.  Here is what I came up with and I hope you like it.


Let me just say that I hate my camera and hope I can get one with an HD feature in the near future.  These pictures do not do the eyeshadow colors any justice.  How frustrating!  ERRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!

Face

-Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer - Medium
-Makeup Forever Mat Velvet Foundation
-Palladio Rice Powder in Warm Beige
-Cinema Secrets Blush - Adode


Eyes

-Maybelline Define A Brow Pencil
-Too Faced Shadow Insurance - lid up to brow bone
-Sweet Libertine Mineral Shadow in Filigree (Swatch Below) - Lid

-Sweet Libertine Mineral Shadow in Neptune (Swatch Below) - Inner Crease and lower lashline

-MAC Soft Brown - crease
-MAC Romp - outer crease
-MAC Chamomile - Highlight
-L'oreal Lineur Intense liquid eyeliner in Carbon Black
-Rimmel Soft Kohl Pencil - Jungle Green - water line and lower lashline
-Rimmel The Max Volume Flash Mascara in Extreme Black


Lips

-Makeup Forever Mat-Matt #501
-Flossie Diamond Cosmetics lipliner - Spice
-MAC Dazzleglass - Baby Sparks



My Thoughts on the Sweet Libertine Mineral Shadows:

 I really like the shadows I tried.  They are easy to work with, easy to blend and the colors are super pretty and pigmented. Since these are mineral shadows, you definitely need a sticky base so that the shadows have something to stick to.  Anyway, I've been wearing the shadows all day and they have stayed put!

The only downside to these particular colors is that they are both very shimmery and there was quite a bit of shimmer fall out during application.  It's nothing that a clean kabuki can't fix though.

In case you're wondering about the ingredients, they are:

For Filigree:  Mica, Iron Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate. This eyeshadow is vegan. 
For Neptune:  Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Tin Oxide, Magnesium Stearate. This eyeshadow is vegan.

I went on the Sweet Libertine website and found that for a full sized 5 gram jar (it appears to be a 5 gram jar - there is no confirmation on the site that I could find) is only $5.  That is a great deal!  Aside from the mineral shadows, the company also sells Glitter Shadows, Blush and Bronzers, Empty Palettes, Concealers, Gift Sets,  and Brushes.

One great program that the company offers is the Free Sample Program.  Click on the link to find out more. 

Overall, I am happy with the samples I received and will more than likely be placing an order for full size products in the near future.  Hope you guys check out Sweet Libertine when you have some time.

Talk to you soon!

6 comments:

Renee said...

thank you so much for you review! I will check their site and the program mentioned is a great idea. now, why won't MAC come up with one ;)

Miryam Oquendo said...

Nice color combo :) Thanks for sharing!

Mandy said...

oh wow! that is one gorgeous green colour!

icosmeticRN said...

i luv this color combo! I should order the next pretty pink box..it seems like so much fun!!

HAHA Renee..It would be awesome if mac came out with one huh??

BTW I nominated u for a few awards on my blog! I luv reading ur posts :)

http://icosmeticrn.blogspot.com/2010/08/two-blog-awards-thank-u-soo-much.html

Megan said...

Those Sweet Libertine shadows are just gorgeous! I so have to try them out. Thanks for the review and heads up about their free sample program!

I just started a blog myself and saw your link on Makeup Geek. :)

Jackee said...

Thanks ladies!

God, I wish MAC would come up with a sample program as well as a Free Gift w/ Purchase Program. That would make so many of us happy!